Aston Villa owners have issued transfer instructions to Man Utd as new bill is revealed

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Villa faces £ 11m bill despite Liverpool protest

A group of Premier League clubs is preparing to plead against the payment of discounts to broadcasters at today’s meeting.

Football has been suspended in England for more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the last high-level game being played on March 9.

It was Aston Villa’s 4-0 loss to Leicester City, a result that left Dean Smith’s team two points behind in safety.

Broadcasters such as Sky Sports want to recover part of their money due to non-compliance with contractual obligations after the end of the matches.

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Lescott Tells Villa Owners What To Do With Grealish

Jack Grealish “must leave” Aston Villa and the club should “make it easier” for him to make a summer transfer.

Grealish, a hope for England, is a wanted man, Manchester United desperately hopes to sign him, while many other high-level clubs are watching him.

The midfielder was Villa’s bright light in an otherwise mediocre campaign, and his list of admirers continues to grow.

Doubts have now appeared on how long Villa will be able to keep its talisman. A recent Mirror report suggests that the owners of the villa, Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, will demand £ 80 million for Grealish – even if they are relegated to the championship.

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Premier League confirms four new positive tests as villas return

The Premier League has confirmed four other positive tests for the coronavirus.

More than 1,000 players and staff were tested on Monday and Tuesday after clubs returned to training last week.

Aston Villa returned to Bodymoor Heath to train in groups of up to five while maintaining social distance.

An elite statement has now confirmed four positive results from three clubs in the latest round of tests.

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Ex-teammate Hutton admits Villa’s goalkeeper’s future lies elsewhere

It seems that Matija Sarkic’s time at Aston Villa is coming to an end, before it really starts.

Speaking recently to the media in his home country, Montenegro, the young goalkeeper explained that although Villa wants to extend his contract, which expires next month, he intends to move on to become a goalkeeper. prime choice elsewhere.

After spending the first half of the season in Scottish outfit Livingston, where he played 18 games, Sarkic was recalled by Villa after injuries from Jed Steer and Tom Heaton.

Since then, however, Orjan Nyland and then Pepe Reina have had opportunities on the youngster, and he is now looking for a chance with another club – Sunderland is one of those outfits that would be interested.

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Key update of the villa to supporters

Aston Villa has confirmed that supporters can be reimbursed for the last six Premier League games scheduled to be played at Villa Park.

Smith’s men have been roared by crowds of home ability this season, their first return to the top flight after last quarter’s promotion.

However, their final break-in should take place in front of empty stadiums, the coronavirus pandemic affecting the course of the matches.

More talks are scheduled this week on the resumption of the season, but with social distancing guidelines expected to remain in place for the foreseeable future, fans will be forced to watch games on TV.

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